AT Intervention for Sensory Needs

Consult with the medical provider, audiologist, and/or teacher of the Deaf and hard of hearing when considering interventions for hearing needs

Consult with the medical provider and/or teacher of the Blind and visually impaired when considering interventions for vision needs

Open-captioned materials

Closed-captioned materials

Personal amplification devices (personal FM, infrared system)

Real-time captioning or computer-assisted real time (CART) to transcribe lectures or discussions

Computer-aided notetaking systems

OS-level accessibility options for audible/visual messages

Handheld or stationary magnifiers

Large-print materials

Braille materials for reading (or labels on keyboards)

Raised-line materials

Tactile graphics

Adjusted screen contrast for improved visibility

Screen magnification software or hardware for monitor visibility

Screen reading software for access to onscreen content

Braille translation software with an embosser or refreshable Braille display

Closed-circuit televisions for magnification/contrast

Video magnifier for magnification/contrast and near/distant viewing